I know that this has been discussed a lot and I've read most of them
but here are some follow up questions:
1) Is there more tearout on 6" vs 8" dado blades.
2) Shouldn't the inertia built up with 8" actually assist the motor
after start up?
On 20 Jan 2004 18:06:15 -0800, firstname.lastname@example.org (Jim) wrote:
not having a 6" dado to compare with my 8" set, all I can do is
the 8" set will have a higher tip speed, which should help reduce
tearout. it may be a moot point though, depending on the rpms of your
saw. sharpness and tooth configuration may be a bigger factor than
it should have the effect of helping the saw overcome small variations
in the density of the material. it won't let you maintain a faster
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